Jack Straw, They Love Each Other, Cassidy, West L.A. Fadeaway, My Brother Esau, Big Railroad Blues, Lazy Lightning-> Supplication-> Might As Well Touch Of Gray-> Samson & Delilah, Ship of Fools, Women Are Smarter, Uncle John's Band-> Drums-> Throwing Stones-> Black Peter-> Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad-> One More Saturday Night, E: It's All Over Now Baby Blue
ACM>C>DAT>CDR; via Paul B; Seeded to etree by Ernie Dodd
April 8, 2013 Subject:
Not from Naks
This is from my master. Senn 441s into a D6 into another D6 (mine) from in front of the SBD. Sorry about the Drums, back in the day too many of us had this policy of no drums on the B side. Dumb, I know, but it was what it was when it was.
I think this is the best of the three AUD sources here. Decent tape of a "mehhh" show. One of these days if I can locate the tapes and find someone with a decent Nak, perhaps I'll get it uploaded here directly off the master.
April 29, 2011 Subject:
this source info
this show was recorded by an ole bud.this might not be from the 1st deck but its definitely from the source of nak 300's way up front.I've been listening to this show since the tour.i love all of 83 and this show really is no slouch.the women are smarter is one of the best ever next to 4/19/87.this version definitely deserves praise.spaces were always really good from summer tour on before the fall tour.check this show out for sure.McQ
January 20, 2008 Subject:
Nice Mellow Show
We caught this after the Madison show which was a foot stomping, smoking HOT show. St. Paul was a nice mellow night, a bit more laid back than the night before. Then onward to Poplar, which were just incredible.
This show is not the best on tape, but it is still one of my all time favorite Jack Straw. It's hard to explain this, but the jam just sounds like the Dead machine churning. I love Phil's bass pops at the end too. The rest of the show is so-so.
January 20, 2008 Subject:
Perception is everything...
Karen (RIP) dragged me to this show saying, as I recall, "you've got to see these guys, you simply won't believe it!" The following year I left for Asia and didn't return until '96. This was the first of the dozen or so shows I saw in that brief year that recast forever my expectations from music, having never found their musical equal. I was too new to know any better and completely melted at this show. I still remember being almost unable to speak the remainder of the night, echoing the observation that- even on an 'off 'night (by other reveiwer's standards)- "there is nothing like a Grateful Dead concert."
March 13, 2006 Subject:
too much blow baby, but....
One of the worst TouchOfGrey's ever. Jerry must've done too much of something to open the second set because once he reaches the bridge, he starts singing the 3rd verse before the bridge is complete. From this point on, his vocals are a train wreck as he can't remember the sequence of words to the song. The band follows, thinking, is it I Will Survive or We Will Survive? I feel bad for Jerr, it's a terrible brainf*ck for an opener. UJB cuts// in after Women and is cut before the// Jam(d2-trk6). But here's the bright side:(1)an excellent audience recording!
Intsruments & vocals are well balanced with tight bass.(2)Outstanding infantile TStones, what a groove! Very, very strong last half of second set, which was to become rare. Good ole GD, good stuff,get it!
early 80's meltdown -
February 9, 2006 Subject:
Gotta love the Summer 83
mid-west run. Each stop after PA was hot. The Madison shows were hot then St Paul shows and the real hot spot was Poplar Creek, Il. Smokin end of Tour shows.
July 29, 2005 Subject:
Not the strongest
I went to a half dozen or so shows from this tour and Harrisburg and this are the weakest. Big RR Blues is great, but Jerry and Bobby sound wacked... Women>UJB and the jam are nice but they have lost the crowd already...GTRFB and One more Sat redeem it but not enough.
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Source: Master Audience Recorded By Mr. Darby; Tascam PE120/CP1's (PAS/Center Of Horseshoe 1/2 Way Up)> Sony WM-D6 (Maxell UD-XLII); Transfer Information:Tascam 112 MKII (XLR Out)>Tascam HD-P2 @ 24/48> HDD>Amadeus Pro (Tracking/Fades/FLAC8); Tracks Renamed/Dithered/Flacked With Korg Aqua To 16/44 By Keo; SBE's Checked/Fixed With Trader's Little Helper; Metadata Tagging With AudioGate Software
Source: Master Audience Recorded By Steve Hill, Transfer By Keo; Unknown Mics > Unknown Number Of Decks Patched Out Of > Sony TC-D5M, Tapes:Maxell UDXLII C90's; Transfer With Nakamichi MR-1 > Korg MR-1000 @ 1 Bit/5.6 MHz; Tracking/Sample Rate Conversion With AudioGate V.3.0.4 To 32/96 kHz Wave; Dithered/Flacked With Korg Aqua To 16/44; SBE's Checked/Fixed With Trader's Little Helper; Metadata Tagging With Tag&Rename
Source: Master Audience Recorded By Mr. Darby; Tascam PE120/CP1's (PAS/Center Of Horseshoe 1/2 Way Up)> Sony WM-D6 (Maxell UD-XLII); Transfer Information:Tascam 112 MKII (XLR Out)>Tascam HD-P2 @ 24/48> HDD>Amadeus Pro (Tracking/Fades/FLAC8); Tracks Renamed/Metadata Tagging With AudioGate Software By Keo
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Source: Sennheisser 421s>Sony TCD5M>cassette>cassette, Recorded by the late George "Fingers" Bethke FOB in the sweet spot as always; first gen. cassettes>Nakamichi CD1, azimuth adjusted>Korg MR1000 (1 bit 5.6MHz) 24/96 with Korg Audiogate; 16/44.1 by Izotope Ozone's MBIT+ (for all dithering), and Weiss Saracon SRC (all sample rate conversions). Transfer by Dave Cohen
Source: Master Audience Recorded By Steve Hill, Transfer By Keo; Unknown Mics > Unknown Number Of Decks Patched Out Of > Sony TC-D5M, Tapes:Maxell UDXLII C90's; Transfer With Nakamichi MR-1 > Korg MR-1000 @ 1 Bit/5.6 MHz; Tracking/Sample Rate Conversion/Flacked With AudioGate V.3.0.4 To 24/96 kHz; Metadata Tagging With Tag&Rename